Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement

Scott Candler Water Treatment Plant

Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement

Project Description

Project: Roof Replacement & Painting – Steel Ground Storage Tanks
Location: DeKalb County, GA

As part of a design-build team, Reeves Young is providing design and construction services for roof replacement and painting of ground storage tanks located at Scott Candler Water Treatment Plant. 

Mallalieu Pointe

Project Description

Project: Mallalieu Pointe
Location: East Point, GA
Size: 2.2 Acres

Reeves Young is providing heavy civil services for this 2.2 acre mixed-use development site. The $13.4 million project will have 67 apartments on four floors with five shops on the ground floor. The structure will conform to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards.

Site Utilities  include 600 LF of up to 12″ waterline; 400 LF of sanitary sewer; 1,400 LF of up to 18″ RCP & HDPE storm sewer; a 600 SY bio retention area; and an 80LF of 84″ CMP Detention System.

Site Finishes include 3,200 SY of asphalt paving, 2,600 LF curb & gutter, 11,500 SF concrete flatwork and two (2) modular block retaining walls (1,700 SF). Sitework, includes traffic control, survey and demolition of existing conditions.

Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement

Clear Creek Chemical System Improvements and System Wide Flow Monitoring

Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement

Project Description

Project: Clear Creek Chemical System Improvements and System Wide Flow Monitoring
Location:

The Clear Creek Chemical System Improvements and System Wide Flow Monitoring is a new project from Reeves Young. Check back soon for more information.

DH Stanton Park – Atlanta Beltline

Project Description

Location: City of Atlanta
Location: Atlanta, GA
Surface Area: 7 acres

A renovation and expansion of an existing City of Atlanta park located on a former landfill. Reeves was contracted by the City of Atlanta to create the first-of-its-kind energy cost-neutral park.

Park amenities include a splash pad, an enhanced playground with interactive play elements, walking paths that encircle the park, a Little League baseball field, a pavilion and restroom facilities.

Photovoltaic solar panels that act as a shade structure at one of the park’s entrances produce energy which is sold back to Georgia Power, offsetting the entirety of the park’s energy costs.